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November 2021| Vol 4| Issue 3


The “saptapadi” principle: The “open sesame” of history-taking

During residency, every medical student is subjected to hours of bedside teaching on the “science and art of history taking.” Over time, the entire sequence of “presenting complain...

Review Article

Gliomas are confined to a fiber tract – Concept and clinical implications

A novel classification of white fibers of the brain has been proposed based on the direction and depth of the various fiber bundles. The implications of this classification for glioma surgery are pr...


Creativity in neurosurgery

Introduction Creativity has been defined as the quality that leads to the development of useful innovations and works of art [Figure 1]. When used in our science, it leads to new, el...

Review Article

Advances in neuro-oncological imaging and their impact on patient management

Neuroradiological imaging of gliomas has undergone many advances in the recent years. Visual assessment of structural image datasets is nowadays complemented by quantifiable imaging markers to detec...


Optimally invasive skull base surgery

Skull Base Surgery (SBS) is a relatively recent development in neurosurgery. Though sporadic attempts at SBS were made in the 20th century and initiation of interdisciplinary co-operation was done i...

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International Journal of Neurooncology, a publication of Indian Society of Neurooncology, is a peer-reviewed print + online Semiannual journal.

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